Category: Pesach-Chag HaMatzot

WATCH: The True Origins of the Passover Seder and Haggadah – KhamithiHiburuEthics lmd

Shalom everyone! The following is a video presentation by scholar Khamithi Hiburu Ethics on the origins of the Passover “Seder” and the “Haggadah.” Neither the “Seder” nor the “Haggadah” existed in pre-exilic Israelite culture. Both the “Seder” and the “Haggadah” have their origins in the Hellenistic Greek culture, our historical enemy. […]

Êuê Calendar: The Lunar Calendar – The Moon and the Mo’edim

Shalom everyone! The ancient pre-exilic Israelites used two calendar systems to keep time: A civil solar calendar for day-to-day civil business and an ecclesiastical lunar calendar to track the monthly and annual mo’edim and the reigns of kings.  In Exodus 12:1-2, YAH commanded the Israelites to create the ecclesiastical lunar calendar for the mo’edim, even before their Exodus from Egypt. This calendar was […]

Mo’edim: Pesach and Chag HaMatzot (Passover and the Feast of Unleavened Bread) #Pesach #Passover #Matzah #UnleavenedBread

Shalom everyone! The biblical holidays of Pesach (Passover) and Chag HaMatzot (Feast of Unleavened Bread), both collectively known as Pesach in modern times, are observed each year beginning on the 14th day of Aviv (14 of Aviv), and lasts seven days ending on 21st day of Aviv (21 of Aviv). These holidays are celebrated […]